Capitalists and Revolution in Nicaragua: Opposition and Accommodation, 1979-1993

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UNC Press Books, 1994 - History - 314 pages
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By tracing the complex relationship between the Sandinista government and the Nicaraguan business elite, this book examines the shifting mix of alliances and oppositions that shaped the Sandinista revolution. Rose Spalding takes issue with models of the b
  

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Contents

Capitalists and Revolution
1
From Elite Quiescence to Elite Confrontation in Prerevolutionary Nicaragua
32
Revolutionary Transition and the Bourgeoisie 19791986
63
The Recrudescence of the Economic Elite 19871990
97
A Profile of the Elite Leadership
123
From Revolution to Neoliberalism Private Sector Ambivalence in Postrevolutionary Nicaragua 19901993
156
The Nicaraguan Revolution in Comparative Perspective
189
Methods
219
Statistics
221
notes
227
bibliography
281
index
307
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Rose J. Spalding, associate professor of political science at DePaul University, is editor of The Political Economy of Revolutionary Nicaragua.

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